AIB award winning artists Anne Cleary and Denis Connolly have exhibited worldwide, and are the only Irish artists to have had a solo exhibition in the Pompidou Centre in Paris.

They are Ireland’s foremost new-media artists, regularly incorporating innovative new technologies into their work to produce art that is both engaging and significant.

Cleary Connolly’s work is always participative, both in its creative process and in its final engagement with the spectator. They coined the term “observer participation” to describe their work, affirming that an artwork is not just an observation on the world but an active participation in the world .

Exhibitions include: Farmleigh Gallery, Dublin (2012); Dublin Contemporary (2011); The Barbican, London (2010); The Pompidou Centre, Paris (2009); Sesc Pompéia, Sao Paulo (2009); Yokohama Triennial, Japan (2005).

Extract from RVB. 2004

ANNE CLEARY & DENIS CONNOLLY have lived and worked in Paris since 1990.

They have two children, their best work to date:

Working on the optics for the Meta-Perceptual Helmets

Paris, April 2014